Archive for 'Steve Fisher'
Happening today: Trampoline Hall tackles hoarding, Unknown Mortal Orchestra returns to Toronto, and The Illustrated Men start a comedy residency.
In today's Urban Planner: Clybourne Park and Rhubarb wrap up, while the Laws of Motion launches; tunes and grub at Academy of Lions General Store, Polyhaus, and Caplansky's; and birthday girl Rhiannon Archer's stand-up weekend.
In today's Urban Planner: a 10-year celebration of Studio 180's The Laramie Project, Veda Hille at the Music Gallery, and a Julian Richings retrospective.
In today's Urban Planner: anniversaries for Loving in the Name Of, Cash for Toronto, Globehead, and Theatresports; last-chance theatre; and late night shows from Rapp Battlez and people you've "seen on TV!"
Today: Dave Meslin loves democracy, and you should too; The Weather Station loves singing with friends; Claire, From the Bus loves Ralph (and it scares him); improvisers love White Rhino; and Doldrums and pals love partying late.
Today: the CBC begins its Canada Reads debates; a lecture on Damien Hirst; and shows by The Maccabees, Kishi Bashi, and Graydon James and Laura Spink.
Today: Serial Villains at Type Books, Truth or Dare at Red Sandcastle Theatre, Long Winter 4 at the Great Hall, and Static Zine's romantic comedy at The Central.
In today's Urban Planner: a reading at Rower's Pub; Trampoline Hall does cheesecake, hits, and the invisible; and Rare's remount at the Young Centre.
In today's Urban Planner: the Gladstone Hotel celebrates Black History Month; Dwayne Morgan at Harbourfront Centre's Authors series; a last-chance theatre round-up; and the Globehead Tournament begins.
In today's Urban Planner: coffee and tea, clowning with Becky Johnson, and a stand-up showcase at Comedy Bar.
In today's Urban Planner: a reading from a Deadly Snakes biography, sneak peeks at new plays, a new episode of P-Dale, and Fred Penner opens a music showcase.
In today's Urban Planner: a debate series tackles new ways of considering Toronto, historian Bruce Bell unearths stories of old Toronto, Chelsea Wolfe plays the Drake, and stand-ups pack into Unlovable.
In today's Urban Planner: solo shows, YAMANTAKA//SONIC TITAN, extravagant covers at Loving in the Name Of, and Rapp Battlez' three-year anniversary show.
A writer known for her work on CBC's Afghanada takes some of her wartime themes to the stage.
In today's Urban Planner: the arts community celebrates good news at City Hall; a week of "trying something new" workshops begins with anti-gravity yoga; and local comedy acts get old-school gangster.
In today's UP: a lunchtime round dance at Yonge-Dundas Square, Videofag shows videos of dancing "sissy boys," Fucked Up's third Long Winter artsapalooza, and lots of theatre.
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Wondering what to see at the Next Stage Theatre Festival? Here are our thoughts on all 10 productions.